Garage Door Maintenance & Repair

October 6, 2020
The area you live in can dictate part of your decision. You need to look at what energy sources are available where you live. There are heating systems that run on electricity, natural gas, other fuel and wood. You’ll also want to compare what the cost is to operate each kind of heating system.
May 28, 2020
You know that feeling when you walk into your garage to do some work on a project or use your home gym, only to get hit by that heavy dampness, whether it be cold damp or a hot, humid burst of air. It's not inviting either way, and it can actually lead to serious problems in your garage like mold and mildew or even corrosion. No matter what climate you live in, you need to find a way to combat the humidity in your garage for good. Here are some helpful tips for all seasons and climates.
February 13, 2020
Have you ever sat and wondered what a torsion spring is? Or maybe how it works in your garage door system? This might not be something you think about until a spring breaks or you are in need of a new garage door system. The spring system in your garage counterbalances the weight of your garage door. This is done so you can easily open the door manually or use an electric door opener to open it for you.
September 13, 2019
You naturally want your garage door to last for a long time. If you are like most people, you do not even think about your garage door very often. The only time you think about it is when there is something wrong or when you start to notice rust spots.
August 30, 2019
With all the tasks that need to be completed when running a small business considering your garage doors may often slip off the list of priorities. Even though your larger doors aren’t in the residential category, as they are likely 10 feet wide and 12 feet high, they still need to be properly maintained.
November 30, 2018
When it comes to your vehicle, you probably often get used to small noises or quirks that don’t cause issues. The same may apply to your garage door, as well. If the door opener works the way it should, many put no thought into new noises. With a car, everyone knows there are maintenance tasks that are required no matter how well the vehicle drives, but this may not be common for garage doors.
December 29, 2017
Like most things, garage doors just need a little tiny bit of care to ensure optimum operation for decades to come. We’re not talking hours and hours of work, just 10 minutes every three months, and there are only four things that you really need to check regularly.
October 27, 2017
Uh-oh! Your garage door seems to be on its last legs, it’s making strange noises and not working as it used to… You’re worried you might have to fork out a lot of money to replace it, so naturally, you do some research and see if you can fix it yourself.
September 9, 2016
Some people simply assume that, over time, their garage door will begin to make noise during operation and that this sort of thing is normal. Often, the noise is even so loud that the homeowner can hear it from well inside their house. Again, for whatever reason, many expect that this noise just comes with having a garage door. Nothing could be further from the truth, though. This type of noise means that the garage door isn’t properly lubricated. It can also precede the kind of problem that keeps your door opening. To avoid the need to call a professional technician and pay to have your door fixed, simply ensure you properly lubricate it regularly.
August 28, 2015
If you discover a leak in your garage roof, it’s important that you address it as soon as possible; however, that doesn’t mean you should rush into repairing it yourself. There is a lot that you need to know before repairing a leak in your roof, and understanding the full extent of the leak is critical for preventing future damage.

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